Delicious dragon fruit salad recipe bursting with fresh fruit flavor served in a fun fruit bowl!
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What Is Dragon fruit?
Delicious dragon fruit salad with tons of berries and fresh fruit flavor – served in a dragon fruit bowl, perfect for parties! This fruit salad is perfect alongside eggs benedict, mimosas, blueberry waffles, and more – or even with BBQ favorites at a party!
We love serving these for breakfast, for parties, for lunch, and more – it is great as a dessert, delicious as an appetizer, or perfect as a pretty snack.
Dragon fruit, also known as pitaya, is a cactus fruit native to the Americas in tropical locations. Dragon fruit is dramatic looking – with a bright red outside with green “scales” (like a dragon) and white fruit with black seeds inside.
Dragon fruit tastes a bit like a cross between a kiwi and a pear – it is sweet and delicious with berries and fruits!
How To Make Dragonfruit Salad
To cut a dragon fruit, use a sharp long knife and cut the fruit in half.
Using a butter knife or spoon, slide along the fruit to remove it from the peel.
Fruit can then be diced, or cut with a fun cookie cutter to make a shape like I did for pictures here.
Dragon fruit is great with all sorts of fruits – blueberries, kiwis, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, pears, apples, passionfruit, papaya, mango, and grapes!
Find your favorite fruits to fill your dragonfruit salad with – if you’d like to change up any of the amounts in the recipe below, go with what you love!
Tips to Perfect Dragonfruit Salad & FAQs
Add a glaze. If you’d like to top this fruit salad with a light Lemon Poppyseed Glaze, please refer to my Lemon Poppyseed Glazed Fruit Salad Recipe for a quick and simple recipe for a light sweet fruit salad glaze the whole family loves!
This recipe can be kept for a day in an airtight container in the refrigerator – but fruit should be eaten as close to cutting and rinsing as possible as it starts to wither quickly.
You can swap out different berries, add apples, add grapes, bananas, mangoes, or any fruit you love the flavor of!
Use whichever color dragonfruit you can find available that is fresh and ready to serve.
What To Serve With Dragon Fruit Salad
dragonfruit salad is delicious with deviled eggs, with easy and delicious Lemon Blueberry Crepes, with a hearty dinner like pork tenderloin, or with a meaty, delicious broiled ribeye steak and mushrooms dinner!
This fruit salad pairs perfectly with a number of our favorite easy breakfast dishes:
You can find our entire breakfast recipe archives here.
Dragon Fruit Salad Recipe
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Dragon Fruit Salad Recipe
Delicious dragon fruit salad with berries recipe bursting with fresh fruit flavor served in a fun dragon fruit bowl!
- 1 dragonfruit, cut in half, scooped out, and diced
- 1 kiwi, peeled and sliced into rounds
- 1/2 cup blueberries
- 1/2 cup raspberries
- 1/2 cup strawberries
- Carefully scoop dragon fruit flesh out of dragon fruit using a spoon, leaving the peel in tact to use as a serving bowl.
- Dice dragon fruit, kiwis, and strawberries.
- Mix and place back into pitaya peel as a bowl.
Amount Per Serving Calories 103Total Fat 1gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 1gCholesterol 0mgSodium 6mgCarbohydrates 25gFiber 6gSugar 15gProtein 2g
Nutrition is automatically calculated by Nutritionix - please verify all nutrition information independently and consult with a doctor or nutritionist for any and all medical and diet advice.
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